Failures of first liberalised US power market still shape Ferc anti-manipulation agenda
Facilitating appropriate compensation of electric energy and reserve through standardized contracts with swing
This study focuses on standardized energy and reserve contracts with swing (flexibility) in their contractual terms.
The papers in this issue cover a diverse range of applications and numerical techniques.
SLADI: a semi-Lagrangian alternating-direction implicit method for the numerical solution of advection–diffusion problems with application to electricity storage valuations
In this paper, an efficient and novel methodology for numerically solving advection–diffusion problems is presented.
In this paper algorithms are developed using the Hamilton–Jacobi–Bellman approach for parabolic partial integrodifferential equations related to the quadratic hedging strategy in incomplete markets.
MSA official’s comments come in wake of TransAlta manipulation fine
Regulation could "kill the markets by trying to make them safer", frets Uwe Schulz
Attempt to foster regional hubs held back by scale and lack of competition
Power grid operators and capacity mechanisms seen as impeding cross-border trade
Outgoing president and CEO discusses challenges posed by renewables in Texas
Port comments on how risk management will be affected by Uniper spin-off
Schulz speaks about threats and opportunities facing European utilities
Acer director talks about progress on Remit and power market coupling
Expansive definition of financial instruments worries firms such as utilities
Former research head gives wide-ranging interview on past and present of energy markets
A simple but realistic model to co-simulate the time series of temperature, electricity load and prices is proposed
Financial rules putting progress towards liquid and transparent markets at risk
Banks, energy firms and regulators express concern about impact of regulation
Exclusive coverage of congress for energy traders and risk managers
This issue offers detailed insights into potential market inefficiencies in power and gas trading. The key issues of practical concern relate to the materiality of the inefficiencies, their sustainability and their determinants.
Capacity mechanisms are not the right answer to renewables, says EEX’s Köhler
Capacity and renewables schemes deterring investment, say panel participants
EU energy regulator reiterates call for more resources to help with monitoring